WHY STUDY IN NEW ZEALAND
New Zealand is fast turning as a favorite study abroad destination for higher studies because of the perfect learning environment, brilliant choices and exceptional support for overseas students offered by the institutions.
New Zealand is a country adorned with lovely landscapes and beautiful weather. According to different surveys about 1.25 lakhs of students are arriving in the country to pursue their higher studies.
The education system is sturdy and excellent. It also offers numerous facilities for research and development.
- World class education
- Peace and Prosperity
- Multi-cultural society
- Gain life skills
- Low cost of living when compared to Canada, USA, UK etc.
- Easy entry requirements
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Reasons why students choose New Zealand as their study abroad destination
The world class education system offered by New Zealand prompts students for critical thinking and brainstorming to reach the heights of learning.
The education system provides encouragement for independence as well as team work to attain their goals of education with the abilities for problem solving and innovation.
New Zealand offers research centric education. The higher education system of the country is equipped with top notch labs and advanced technological support.
Innovative research facilities in the fields of health care, agriculture, computer science and engineering.
Encouragement for international students to pursue research programs by offering the same tuition of the citizens.
Being the second most peaceful country in the world, many were encouraged to come here to enjoy the serenity and beauty of the country and culture.
The multi-cultural environment of the country offers a high standard of living.
The brilliant landscapes, umpteen numbers of lovely beaches, greenish mountains, etc. are quite an attraction for international students.
Famous for higher education including research in the areas of science, commerce and humanities.
Provision for international students to take up part time work up to twenty hours on weekdays and full time during vacations. Students who are doing masters or higher are allowed to work full time.
Low cost education in comparison with many other countries.
Different choices of courses offered by the 8 Universities, 18 technological institutes as well as 63 private training establishments with impeccable infrastructure and brilliant course structures.
- Practical based learning programme to get equipped to work in various industries.
- Availability of more job offerings after education.
- High rate of student Visa approval by the Government.
- Pleasant and moderate climate without many variations throughout the year.
- Convenience of paying the course fee only after the approval of the Visa.
- Work permits and Visa offered by the spouses of the students.
EDUCATION SYSTEM IN NEW ZEALAND
New Zealand has eight state-funded universities, 16 Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics (ITPs) which have been unified into the New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology (NZIST), and about 550 Private Training Establishments (PTEs), which include English language schools.
Choose the type of institution that’s best for your career path:
- Universities offer higher degree-level education. Programmes are research-led and generally academic rather than vocational. In the 2020 QS World University Rankings, seven of New Zealand’s universities were in the top 100 in at least one subject.
- ITPs and a few larger PTEs offer vocational degree-level education.
- PTEs tend to offer specific vocational programmes, mainly at certificate and diploma level.
INTAKES IN NEW ZEALAND
COST OF STUDY IN NEW ZEALAND
- Tuition Fee – NZ $22,000 – NZ $32,000 per academic year (undergraduate); NZ $26,000 – NZ $37,000 (postgraduate)
- Living Expense – upto NZ $25,000 per year.
STUDY PERMIT & VISA IN NEW ZEALAND
- Visa Processing Time: 20 to 25 days
- Visa Fee: 330 NZD at current exchange rate
- Valid passport
- Academic Documents, including proof of language proficiency
- Letter of admission from an accredited institution in Germany
- A completed student visa application form
- A cover letter explaining your purpose of visit (Need assistance? Contact Us Now
- Payment of University Fee
- Health Insurance receipt (to cover your medical needs in Germany)
PART-TIME & POST STUDY WORK PERMIT IN NEW ZEALAND
Part-time: 20 hours per week; 40 hours per week during summer break
- Earn 17 NZD to 20 NZD per hour
- Stay back – upto 3 Years (Depending on the level of your qualification and where you studied)
- Your spouse can apply for a work visa and your dependent children can study fee-free as domestic students
TOP UNIVERSITIES IN NEW ZEALAND
- University of Auckland (World Ranking: 81)
- University of Otago (World Ranking: 176)
- Victoria University of Wellington (World Ranking: 215)
- University of Canterbury (World Ranking: 225)
- University of Waikato (World Ranking: 1050)
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Many scholarships for international students – including PhD scholarships and scholarships for Masters’ degrees – are offered by the New Zealand Government, other governments, educational institutions and philanthropists.
You’ll have lots of accommodation options, from staying in a hall of residence (hostel) to going flatting (sharing an apartment). International school students usually stay in a homestay (private boarding), and are looked after by a friendly Kiwi family.